A DRIVE-IN FT. BLACK FILMMAKERS IN ATLANTA CELEBRATING LOVE, JOY, COMMUNITY AND BLACKNESS
We are so excited to share that NBAF’s “Amare (To Love) Drive-In Film Festival” was a complete success! We hosted two sold out nights and over 300 attendees!
“Amare (To Love),” created to celebrate the cinematic contributions of filmmakers and visual media artists of African descent, featured a curated line-up of thought-provoking short films by local black filmmakers.
Our goal was to help connect the work of black filmmakers to larger audiences and champion the shared community experience of enjoying moving images, in a time where connectedness is needed most. That goal could not have been accomplished without our attendees, featured filmmakers, and support from our sponsors and community partners. Thank you for making the night one to remember!
Take a look at our recap video and pictures below:
Thank you to our sponsors and featured black-owned food trucks below: